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[Bug gas/5457] INTOUCH instruction incorrectly disassembled.

From: nickc at redhat dot com
Subject: [Bug gas/5457] INTOUCH instruction incorrectly disassembled.
Date: 22 Dec 2007 09:19:18 -0000

------- Additional Comments From nickc at redhat dot com  2007-12-22 09:19 
Subject: Re:  INTOUCH instruction incorrectly disassembled.

Hi Jonathan,

>> PS. Incidentally it would be great if you could include a new gas testsuite 
>> test

> It certainly would, but as I explained early on, I don't quite know how
> to do this. I'll try to use some existing test case as a model and see
> what I can do.

It should be quite simple. See gas/testsuite/gas/m68k/mcf-trap.[sd] as an 
example.  The source code goes in the .s file and the expected disassembly goes 
in the .d file.  The comments at the start of the .d file actually control how 
the .s file is assembled and how it is disassembled afterwards.

Once you have created those two files all you need to do is to add a line to 
the gas/testsuite/gas/m68k/all.exp file to run the test.  It should be obvious 
from reading it how this is done.

> Meanwhile, support for coldfire in GDB looks pretty borked too. Before I
> go duplicating effort, does anybody know who is maintaining GDB and
> binutils coldfire?

The binutils maintainers are documented in the file binutils/MAINTAINERS. 
Officially the m68k maintainers are Ben Elliston and Mark Kettenis.  I am the 
chief binutils maintainer so you can always ping me as well.  Or if you prefer 
one of the people with global write privileges can always be approached.

Similarly the GDB maintainers are documented in gas/MAINTAINERS and Mark 
Kettenis is noted as being the official m68k gdb maintainer.




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